Call It Even

Adult
Cash and Sascha explore the wonderful world of roleplaying—that is, until their sexual adventures hit a little too close to home. Resolving the damages that they have done to each other in the past will take a little time and a lot of passion. (M/M)

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About Alicia Cameron

Alicia Cameron has been making up stories since before she can remember. After discovering erotica during a high school banned books project, she never really turned back. She lives in Denver, Colorado with a tiny dog and rabbit who conspire regularly to distract her from doing anything productive. By day she works in the mental health field and is passionate about youth rights and welfare. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, glitter, and punk rock concerts.

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About the Series: Demoted
The superior lead. The inferior are DEMOTED.

Cashiel and Sascha aren’t revolutionaries. Cashiel just wants to use his privilege to make the world a better place. Sacha just wants to save his brother from being Demoted. Unfortunately, they’re both trapped within the system.

In the past, lesser people rose above their natural station, and greater persons found themselves stifled under the incompetent leadership of their inferiors. Today, the Miller System conditions the Demoted to serve; persons otherwise lost are given purpose, and placed under the ownership and guidance of responsible citizens.

Cashiel’s mother invented the Miller System, and trying to prove that the Demoted should be treated humanely sets him against his mother and all her political power. Sascha succeeded in saving his brother from the system, but only by taking his place and being made into a brothel slave.

It isn’t exactly love at first sight when Cashiel buys Sascha. If they can work together, though, they might be able to bring down a system of institutionalized abuse, and find some happiness for themselves.

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